Donald Furrow

Donald  Furrow


Woomera, South Australia

High School:
Converse Judson HS

Last College:
Weatherford J.C.

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 190




2006 Summer League:
Returned to the Weatherford Wranglers in the TCL... named to the Roger Hornsby Division All-Star game... earned TCL Pitcher of the Week honors... earned all-league honors... pitched a TCL record 83 innings... compiled a 5-2 record with a 1.52 ERA in 16 appearances... tossed two complete games... recorded 74 strikeouts.

2006 (Junior):
Made 18 appearances on the season, including one start... one of the top relievers on the squad, posting a 2.25 ERA out of the bullpen... finished the season with a 2-0 record to go along with a 3.21 ERA... registered two saves... tossed 42 innings and racked up 34 strikeouts... was the lone Horned Frog to not surrender a long ball... held opponents scoreless in nine outings... first appearance came against Rice in the Houston College Classic... retired the lone batter he faced... struggled in his next three outings, surrendering nine runs in five innings of work... gave up a run on three hits at UT-Pan Am on Feb. 18... started against Dallas Baptist on Feb. 28... allowed five runs, three earned, on three hits in two innings pitched... was touched for three runs on three hits in 1.1 innings against Rice on March 10... tossed six scoreless innings in his next three appearances... allowed just one hit and struck out seven... recorded four punch outs against Baylor (March 21) in two innings of work... retired both batters he face against UCF on March 26... strongest outing to that point was a 3.1 inning stint at San Diego State... allowed just one baserunner and struck out two... streak was broken in a four-inning appearance against the Bears on April 4... gave up a run on four hits with two walks and five strikeouts... earned his first win of the season against Baylor... put together another scoreless streak, spanning four appearances and lasting 14.2 innings... streak started with 4.1 scoreless innings against No. 16 Oklahoma on April 11... gave up just three hits, walked two and struck out three... pitched on back-to-back days against BYU (April 21-22)... went three innings in first appearance... allowed just one Cougar hit and struck out four to earn his first save of the season... lowered ERA to 3.09 after picking up two outs in second stint against the Cougars... earned win No. 2 on April 29 with 2.2 scoreless innings against San Diego State... gave up a run on four hits in two innings against Dallas Baptist on May 2... also surrendered a run on a hit in 1.1 innings of work against Utah on May 7... lowered his ERA to a season-low 2.73 with 3.2 scoreless innings against UT-Pan Am on May 14... allowed five runs in his last nine innings pitched spanning three appearances... gave up two runs on five hits in four innings at New Mexico on May 20... was touched for a runs on four hits in three innings of work, but earned the save in the Frogs Mountain West Conference Tournament championship game on May 27... allowed two runs on five hits in two innings of work against Wichita State on June 3... played flawless defense in 11 chances on the mound... made six appearances in conference play and finished with a 1.80 ERA.

2005 Summer League:
Played for the Texas Collegiate League's Weatherford Wranglers... was teammates with current Frog Shawn Ferguson... named to the TCL's Roger Hornsby Division all-star team... had an ERA of 3.78 in 11 appearances...struck out 33 hitters in 52.1 innings pitched.

Weatherford J.C.:
Was a first-team all-conference pitcher as a freshman... named to the all-region team as a freshman and sophomore... former teammate of current Frog Keith Conlon.

Converse Judson High School:
Named San Antonio Area Player of the Year as a junior... was an honorable mention pitcher as a senior season... named all-district outfielder as a junior and senior... received honorable mention honors as an outfielder his freshman season.

Donald is the son of Steve and Vicki Furrow... has an older brother, Jason, who plays for the Baltimore Orioles organization... majoring in middle school education.

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